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#1 bobmeetin


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Posted 17 July 2013 - 03:55 PM

I'm in the process of upgrading, updating and reorganizing my business website. I have a blog subdivided into various categories, nothing new.  In one of the categories I have a couple posts, one being fairly active. It is active in the sense that I do get comments and I constantly get new information, paragraphs and letters, to add to the post.


It's always been awkward, but with no original plan in mind, I would post these letters as comments. Now it's time to rethink the structure.


The new wave thinking is to post these comments/letters as individual posts as they do stand on their own.


So, rather than one long entry with 150+ comments, I'd have a category with a blogroll and 150+ entries, some with comments. Many of the entry titles will be similar, so it's on me to somehow make the titles unique.


Feedback either way?

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 05:42 PM

Sounds like an improvement, but you may find yourself in a situation where numerous posts require links to other posts in order to illustrate that one is an update to something discussed elsewhere. And that may actually work out OK, in that the more important posts that are referred to a lot are going to get more internal links pointing to them.

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Posted 18 July 2013 - 12:02 PM

Improvement, I hope so... I'm not fond of massive over internal, administrative, linking if I can avoid it. I'll figure something out. thx

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